Gino Dávila Herrera: new president of Essalud was mentioned in compromising audios in 2017

After knowing that Gino Dávila Herrera assumed the executive presidency of the Social Health Insurance, replacing Mario Carhuapoma Yance, some old audios regained notoriety about the official’s past.

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In 2017, the journalistic program Cuarto Poder revealed some audios of the then presidential adviser Carlos Moreno, who mentioned Gino Dávila Herrera as his “trusted man”.

This after some conversations between Carlos Moreno and the owner of the Osteoporosis Clinic, Aldo Peirano, were broadcast in the remembered audios of the “negotiation”.

“I am taking Essalud, right now I am putting the president of Essalud. So, you with the business you do in Essalud … Gino Dávila is my trusted man, “Moreno told Peirano in that recording.

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Gino José Carlos Dávila Herrera held positions as former central operations manager of Essalud, former manager of the Lambayeque Assistance Network, among others.

Carhuapoma leaves Essalud presidency

This Tuesday, January 11, the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion ordered through Supreme Resolution No. 002-2022-TR, published in an extraordinary edition of El Peruano, that Mario Carhuapoma Yance cease to hold the position of executive president of the Social Security of Health (Essalud).

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According to the supreme resolution, Mario Carhuapoma will remain solely as representative of the State before the Board of Directors of EsSalud. In his replacement, Gino José Carlos Dávila Herrera was appointed.

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